Banon Resorts Manali
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... case of Indian food poisoning, and it’s pretty much wiped us out for a good 3 or 4 days – poor Scotty was worse, bless him. That said, we are absolutely ok now and back to our usual selves, and a few pounds lighter to boot! We had planned to go on a trek and were all paid up and booked in but it probably wouldn’t have been a good idea in the end as we were struggling to make it to the bathroom, let alone camp in tents and walk up the side of a mountain, ha ha! So ...
... half an hour from the finish and ended up descending a very steep, less defined track. At least Gwen had read that there was another track to the nearby town of Bhangsu, so we were pretty confident we weren't totally lost. When we reached the groups of houses we had seen from above it still took us ages to finally find a road as a lot of the town is on steep hills, precluding transport. The wrong turn was actually a blessing as we got to check out Bhangsu which is a ...
After battling some traffic and getting lost in a dusty, barren "neighborhood", I found myself in the traveler oasis town of Leh - and started searching for a beer!
... Western travellers here , its nice and quiet.
From Old Manali back to our Hotel its about 10 minutes walk across the foot bridge. We had left the heater on so the room was lovely and cosy.
We decided to go back to Johnson’s café for dinner as they are famous for their Trout, we haven’t had fish since leaving England. We were not disappointed, the meal was delicious , trout, veg, mashed potato and garlic bread. Plus they had their ...
... main-street-only snowstorm, we opened the door and peered outside. Our hearts dropped and the enormity of our situation sucker punched us both in the gut. The snows had not only come early, they had also come fast and heavy. Dense grey cloud obscured most of the valley; mountainsides that had been mostly green just 24 hours earlier were now completely swathed in white. There wasn’t a hint of blue in the sky. Rohtang would be a ...